The other day, micro-leftist grade-schoolers staged a nationwide school walkout. In order to protest private citizens exercising their constitutional right to own hand-cannons. The only thing they managed to accomplish was proving they’re childish children who are childish. The same thing people with common sense have been saying all along. Naturally, some of the kids’ dumbassery made the news. We’ve compiled their top 5 most idiotic moments.
1) This group of high-schoolers proved “Minnesota nice” is a dumptruck-sized load of crap. At least when it comes to Trump supporters:
A student at a Minneapolis high school was assaulted by a mob of students after he carried a pro-Trump flag during the National School Walkout on Wednesday, police said.
Police said the student was waving a flag in support of President Trump when he was ambushed by at least eight classmates. The mob forcefully took the “Trump” flag from the student, who suffered minor injuries, and damaged a camera he was carrying.
2) Counter-protestors weren’t the only thing facing a beatdown. Some of the kiddos chose to take their anger out on the local Walmart:
BUT WHY?? Chicago students who walked out of school on Wednesday to demand action on gun violence ended up going to a nearby Walmart and trashing the place. https://t.co/Z6ZhGPZYMo pic.twitter.com/kSW1QOU1jk
— FOX 32 News (@fox32news) March 16, 2018
3) I guess if the everyday low prices at Wally World aren’t enough to quench the kiddos’ rage, there’s always Old Glory:
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the future leaders of America.
4) Forced participation.
Not surprisingly, some students weren’t down for treating the Stars and Stripes with the tender love and care you would show a piñata. Or festooning the Constitution with spitballs. Some kids simply want to learn their ABCs and multiplication tables. The teachers weren’t having that. They went about, forcing those rebellious tots into line.
A teen said he was not given the choice to participate in the National School Walkout movement.
“I was kind of forced to go out,” Colby Prince said.
Colby said that’s how he felt in his integrated math class at Wheatland Union High School. He heard his teacher, Angela Harris, deny another student of what he wanted – to opt out of the school’s observance of the nationwide protest.
Is it me, or does this sound a lot less like a grassroots, youngster-spawned protest, and more like something facilitated by the grown-ups.
5) Harsh punishment for wrongthink.
Even with the mandates, not all students chose to comply. They were promptly dealt with by the administrators.
An Ohio high school student says he tried to remain nonpolitical during school walkouts over gun violence and was suspended for a day because he stayed in a classroom instead of joining protests or the alternative, a study hall.
It seems like, contrary to the media’s portrayal of the events, these protests weren’t unanimous or even voluntary. I’m having a hard time seeing this as anything other than the deplorable left using children like marionettes to do their bidding.
To restore your faith in humanity, not everyone was onboard with being a pawn for “showing solidarity” with the anti-gun movement. Some students chose to show their respect for the dead in a more constructive, less politically-charged manner:
On March 14, Denver’s Catholic school students honored the 17 victims of the Parkland, Fla. shooting not by rising to their feet in protest, but by dropping to their knees in prayer.
Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila and Elías Moo, superintendent of Denver’s Catholic Schools, encouraged pastors and principals to hold a 17-minute prayer service at their schools for the conversion of hearts and to intercede for the souls of those who have died in lieu of a 17-minute walk-out protest.
If anything, these protests prove two things; kids are the last people we should listen to and homeschool is beginning to look quite appealing. Anything to keep your precious offspring from further becoming gun-phobic, green-haired pea-brain lemmings.
Speaking of that: